Mon, Apr 11|
Dead Sea Guardians - Film Screening
In partnership with the Brody Jewish Center's Tikkun Olam Interns at the University of Virginia and Congregation Beth Israel of Charlottesville, the Deep Water Initiative will be hosting a film screening of Dead Sea Guardians.
Time & Location
Apr 11, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Charlottesville, 1824 University Cir, Charlottesville, VA 22903, USA
About The Event
Dead Sea Guardians
The Dead Sea, shared by Israelis, Jordanians and Palestinians - is a unique salt-lake, known for its exceptional geographical, biological, and historical value.
It is also the lowest place on earth and one of the wonders of the world. Tragically, the Dead Sea is drying due to overconsumption and poor water management.
Three historic enemies join forces on a heroic journey to stop this catastrophe and save the Dead Sea from disappearing.
Film website link
Pre-Screening Discussion with Dr. Caroline Kahlenberg, Visiting Assistant Professor of History and Israel Institute Faculty Fellow.
Caroline Kahlenberg is a scholar of Jewish and Middle Eastern history. Her teaching and research interests center on the history of Israel/Palestine; the relationship between history and memory; gender and material culture; Mizrahi Jewish history; and the history of minorities in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Pre-Recorded Q&A with directors Ido Glass and Yoav Kleinman
In partnership with UVA Hillel
Hillel UVA Link